Cant’ get enough of Vigan Empanada? Here’s a simple-to-follow steps in case you want to try cooking empanada at home. Ingredients: For Casing: 1 1/2 cup Rice Flour Orange food coloring (optional) 1/2 cup Water 1 tbsp. Oil (for greasing) Cooking oil (for frying) For Filling: 1 Grated Green Papaya (blanched & squeezed with salt to extract bitter taste) 4 [...]Read more ›
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The authentic Ilocano sinanglaw has cow’s heart, large intestines, tenderloin, lungs and skin. These parts are simmered slowly in rice-washed water, making the meat cuts tender and easy to digest. Sinanglaw (also spelled as “sinanglao”) literally means “steamed” in the local dialect. It tastes a lot like bulalo except it doesn’t have vegetables. To make this Ilocano dish even tastier [...]Read more ›